ATLANTA (GA)….."We have been manufacturing specialty chemical solutions for all sorts of problems for 71 years now…frankly, it’s part of our DNA," says Momar President, Julian Mohr, Sr., who has been with the company for 65 years. "We are honored to help our friends in Florida and Texas recover from the problems created by Hurricanes Irma and Harvey."
The Atlanta-based, family-owned chemical manufacturer is donating over $70,000 worth of products specifically designed to help solve the problems that Harvey leaves behind. “Momar’s donation is the most impactful one yet!” shares Jim Alvey, Director at Good360, the organization coordinating donations of all sorts for distribution through the Red Cross and FEMA.
“As the water recedes in Houston,” added company CEO, Julian Mohr, Jr. “it leaves behind a variety of dangerous problems. Disease-causing bacteria, mold, viruses, mosquitoes, grease and oil residue, just to name a few. We have selected and are shipping specific solutions to solve these very specific problems for the people affected by these storms. Our donation of these solutions is just another form of teamwork. In the diverse world we live in…reacting to disasters like this is how we become…ONE again.”
A full 53-foot truckload of Momar solutions is in route to Florida and Texas and will soon be available to both Red Cross and FEMA personnel as the giant job of cleaning up begins. The solutions included in this large donation include:
1100 gallons of all-purpose cleaner
400 gallons of concentrated sanitizer
350 gallons of concentrated disinfectant
150 gallons of concentrated descaler
75 gallons of mold and mildew remover
70 gallons of concentrated deodorizer
60 pounds of hand soap
60 dozen aerosol cleaners
45 gallons of laundry detergent
45 gallons of concentrated heavy-duty degreaser
25 gallons of concentrated floor cleaner
25 pounds of bleaching powder
Momar encourages everyone to participate in assisting the victims of Hurricanes Irma and Harvey by donating to https://good360.org/hurricanes-harvey-irma/.